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REV. CLARENCE W. ORNER Minister of Lewistown Presbyterian Church EASTERN MONTANA COLLEGE OF EDUCATION VOL. 1 BILLINGS, MONTANA, JUNE 3, 1949 NO. 6 101 TO GRADUATE MONDAY JUNIOR-SENIOR PROM GALA EVENING PLANNED Everybody is looking forward to the best dance of the year—the Junior-Senior Prom sponsored by the Junior and Senior classes of Eastern. The committee in charge is working on a theme in keep- ing with the season. BACCLAUREATE SERVICES SUNDAY The Rev. C. W. Orner of the Presbyterian Church of Lewis- town, Mont., father of Miss Marge Orner, secretary to Dr. Peterson, will deliver the bacclaureate ser- mon in Eastern's auditorium, Sun- day, June 5 at 8:15. The commiitte chairmen are: Janis Frank, entertainment; Bet- ty Jacobson, decorations: Peggy McCulloch, programs: Ernie Hof- mann, music, and Bill Howard, re- freshments. Faculty sponsors are Mr. Harshfield and Mrs. rBown. Rustling taffetas and frothy nets, the perfume of flowers, and dreamy music from Gene Brown's orchestra will transform Eastern's gym into a fairyland for the eve- ning of June 3. You won't want to miss this last but best dance of the year. Eastern Montana College of Education Billings, Montana AWARDS AND HONORS FOR THE SCHOOL YEAR OF 1948-1949 Awards announced at an assembly at 10 o'clock on June 1st. All awards based on at least two quarters of work. GENERAL AWARDS Montague Prize— Best and most original work in Commercial Art. Compacts— Tie MaeBelle Paddock and Marinell Randolph Snook Company Prize— Best and most original work in Drawing and Painting. $5.00 in merchandise. Dolores Keller 0. L. Koppe Prize— Most efficient and helpful work in Physical Education for Women. Bracelet. Lavonne Larson Stroup Hardware Company Prize— For best posture. Women — Lavonne Larson; Men — Karre Evju Billings Hardware Company Award of Merit— To most worthy self - supporting student. $50. Kent Swift Nelson Music House Prize— To the most deserving student in music. $10 in merchan- dise William Acheson Lindamood Music Company Prize— To the music student having the highest number of music grade points. $10 in merchandise Patty Forquer Mary Condon Prize— To the student whose work in extra-curricular activities has been most outstanding, provided his grades are average or above. $10 in cash MaeBelle Paddock 78 credits, 176 grade points, 2.25 average AWARDS BASED ON SCHOLARSHIP Ray Hart Memorial Prize— Best scholarship among students receiving diplomas from the two-year curriculum in elementary education, $25 in mer- dise. Eleanor Williams 81 credits, 192 grade points, 2.37 average D. J. Cole Company Prize— Best scholarship among students in first year class in elemen- tary education, $25 in merchandise. Ruth Jimmerson 34 credits, 79 grade points, 2.32 average Montana National Bank Prize— To the most outstanding student in accounting, $10 in cash. James D. Craig Montana Power Company Prize— Best scholarship among ex-servicemen, $25 in cash. Bill Moore 33 credits, 83 grade points, 2.52 average Myrtle Burdick Memorial Award of Shining Mountain Chapter of the D. A. R. — Awarded on basis of need, reliability and scholar- ship, to a woman student, $50 in cash, available at beginning of autumn quarter. Patty Mitchell Montana Congress of Parents and Teachers Scholarship Award — : Based on character, need and teaching potentialities, $100 in cash, available when the student enrolls as a sophomore. Anna Mae Strouf Yellowstone County Council of Church Women Award— Given on the basis of merit to a student outstanding in char- acter, scholarship, personality and in Christian leadership and who has submitted a practical suggestion for the betterment of the work of the Council, $25 in cash.. Donald Gohsman State Honor Scholarships— Based on scholarship, character and promise, which exempt holders from payment of registration and incidental fees for (Continued on Page 3) Gov. John W. Bonner GOVERNOR BONNER COMMENCEMENT SPEAKER The Honrable John W. Bonner, Governor of Montana, will de- liver the Commencement address to the graduates of Eastern Mon- tana College of Education at 8:15 on Monday, June 6, in the college auditorium. He will be presented by Dr. A. G. Peterson, President of the college. The graduates will be presented by Dr. Peterson and Mr. G. H. Gloege, Chairman of the Com- mencement Committee, and re- ception into the Alumni Associa- tion will be conducted by Robert L. Hamilton. The Reverend H. E. Jull, Joliet, Mont., father of Bill Jull of the class of 1949, will give the invoca- tion and Reverend Kent Swift of the class of 1949 will pronouce the benediction. Immediately f ollowing the Commencement exercises a recep- tion will be held at the west side of the auditorium for the grad- uates and guests. \Dady I saw mama kiss the ice man this morning.\ \Ye Gods! She wastes time with him and we owe the grocer $50.\ Few people need a hearing aid when money talks.